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happening and are ready to rise above. representative marsha blackburn, welcome back. republican from tennessee. john yarmouth, welcome back, a democrat from kentucky. delighted to have you both here. folks, i want to play a little bit of can this marriage be saved. a little marital therapy here. not it ththat either of you nee marital therapy. i'd like to you speak directly to mr. yarmouth and tell him what you need him and his party to do to make progress toward avoiding the fiscal cliff. speak directly to him. >> absolutely. let's start with spending cuts. because what we know from everyone that has looked at this is the first thing that you have to do is get the out of control spending under control. that's got to be item number one. separate it. do across the board cuts for the discretionary spending. then deal with the trust funds, medicare and social security, and then the entitlements. the largest of which is me i tht's item number one. item number two would be getting rid of some of the loopholes that exist in the tax code. cleaning it up. making it flatter, fairer, simpler.
and i have to be marsha brady on this and believe in a compromise. go revisit and reallocate it. >> johnathon. >> viewers are in a tough bind. they are finding a government thinking day-to-day and week to week lucky. will taxes hurt wealth creation across the board? i think it will result in inflation and investors need to start getting out of the bonds. >> and julian what do you say to people that are discouraged? >> write their congressman. the fiscal cliff, i don't think it will be one. it is unpopular for both sides of the aisle. and unlikelet budget enforcement act. to you don't have strong enforcement. it is it easy for congress to get past this. the fiscal cliff was a republican idea because the republicans want tod extend the debt ceiling and this was the way to do it and everybody is it saying it is it a bad idea to do that when the economy is over the gdp. that is the argument president obama was making. >> julian, thank you for coming. >> thanks for having me. >> the votes no one is talking about. all taxpayers should be celebrating. we'll explain. >> time for what do
for this project. our board of supervisors, who stood with us. the architects, marsha and a special thanks to erin who has done so much to help us on though this project. you know? that is the city side of this public-private partnership and i have to be fair in saying that this project has lasted through the term of two supervisors, two head librarians, three mayors, and four rec and park general managers. the heart of this project, the constant thing has been the heart of this neighborhood. has been our volunteers and our people. [ applause ] >> so i want to introduce june. [ applause ] , liz diaz. amy miles. bill collins. martha mahoney, who also does our halloween. terry. i saved lizzy. this is lizzy hirsch. she has been there. one of the founders of the friends of joe d in 1997. what started with planting a little grass on the children's playground has greatly expanded. few people know that the movie "thelma and louise" is a highly fictionalized account of lizzy and mine's adventures. [ applause ] >> most of it is overstated except for the driving off the cliff part. we have done that mor
with marsha mcsally. showed could be in better state financially next fiscal year. according to the baltimore sun, the budget analyst says next year's operating budget may fall $27 million short and while that doesn't sound good, it is far better than the hundreds of millions of dollars in shortfalls we've seen in the last few years. and one of the most expensive universities is losing ranking with u.s. news and world report. george washington university was taken off the 2013 list of best colleges today. that after the magazine says it overstated data on incoming freshman for more than a decade. the chief rancor says he thinks the error was inadvert ant. but will stay until future information can be confirmed. >> drivers of a pick-up truck and students need to be taken to the hospital. happened today. a pick-up truck rear-ended the bus at 301 andwan son road. a spokes person tells us 32 kids were on the bus at the time. the only one who had to go to the hospital was complaining of knee pain. no word yet on any charges related to the crash. >>> if you are eating dinner, push it aside until af
! he totally (bleep) tammy blankenship under the bleachers. what's that? marsha says so as well? that's two sources. (laughter) by the way, we haven't even got on the the most amazing fact about these flirtatious e-mails. >> the f.b.i. has turned over 20,000 to 30,000 pages of documents found during the probe. many are e-mails between allen and kelley sent over the last two years. >> 30,000 pages of e-mails? i can understand that if stephen king and george r.r. martin were having an affair. (laughter) those are some prolific mother (bleep)ers. (laughter) but there's a fine line between seduction and spamming someone. (laughter) i don't think i've got than many e-mails ever and i was on the obama campaign mailing list. so okay the general, his biographer, his successor, and his former deputy have all been caught in big sexy time scandal. but that's it! revelation wise, where's the hunt? >> further complicating the case: officials say the f.b.i. agent who first launched the investigation, a friend of kelley's, is now himself is subject of an internal f.b.i. probe for suspected inappropr
by mmck jagger... are up for sale.marsha hunt... the mothhr of his first child... is auctioning offflove letttrs form the 1960's... to help pay por her electrii bill.hunt waa song, "brown ssgar"... whhch was one of the rrlling stones' more controoeesial songs.hunt is oping to raise the equivalenttof at least 111-thousaad dollars from the jagger. response yet from mick - commng up... up...ww continue to bring you the latest... aaout a water pain break in mount vernon. vernon.the roads you'll want to avoid... if you're you're atching fox 45 good day baltimore. ((break 5)) they came with bulldozers in the middle of the night... "they refused to show their id's and papers." no one could stop them. "the police just stood there and watched the whole thing." by morning this church was in ruins... "i'll never forget the sound of my church being crushed." the rising threat to religious freedom in russia... "what they did was not right. we didn't even have time to save the bibles." on the "700 club," monday at 10:00 a.m3 meteorologist))((ad lib meteorologist)) it's our fox45 "thanks giveeway" gi
. a relationship that produced mick jagger's first child. now, marsha hunt is putting her love letters from a young mick jagger up for auction. it is a rock 'n' roll anthem. now, the woman said to be the inspiration for the song "brown sugar" is kissing, telling and cashing in. marsha hunt, selling her love letters from mick jagger, penned in the summer of 1969. ♪ brown sugar just like a young girl should ♪ >> reporter: her love letters from a young mick jagger are hitting the auction block. hunt says she's broke, unable to pay her bills. sotheby's will auction of the letters in mid-december. they are expected to fetch up to $160,000. ♪ it's all right >> reporter: the letters from "jumping jack flash" is said to show the sensitive side of the young singer in his 20s, reciting the poetry from emily dickinson, among other things. jagger's relationship with hunt, who was african-american, was kept under wraps until 1972. they produced a daughter named karis. hunt says, someone i hope will buy those letters, as our generation is dying. and with us will go the reality of who we were and what life
vote counts. the only vote that doesn't count is the one not cast. and lastly, marsha thomas says, yes, vi a friend 51 years of age voting for the first time. so proud of her. better late than never. rock your vote. the change starts with your vote. deborah alfarone, 9 news. >>> well, the redskins loss on sunday play a role in the outcome of the election of 2012? >> it's a fun thing we talk about. it's called the redskins rule. you can call it coincidence or plain old superstition. here's how it goes, according to the so-called redskin's rule, if they lose the last home game before the presidential election, the incumbent will lose the election. if the skins win, the republican wins. this has been right every time since 1940, except once, 2004. the redskins lost the home game, but president george w. bush still won the reelection. >> we want to know what you think about the redskins rule. check it out on facebook. >> here are some of the responses. quintin williams wrote, there is no redskins rule, but there is coincidence. >> elizabeth wrote doesn't that contradict that 7-11 and hallo
says yes, my vote counts. the only vote that doesn't count is the one not cast. and marsha thomas told us tonight, yes, two exclamation points. i have a friend 51 years of age voting for the first time. so proud of her. better late than never. rock your vote. the change starts with your vote. so we want to thank everyone at home who ended up letting us know what they thought on facebook. you can always tweet me@debra alfear ron. >> another storm could hit areas like new york and new jersey. there's a million half homes without business and power. furniture is now firewood onstaten island where many residents are braving it another night without power or heat. the storm survivors could be in for more storms, but communities are making sure storm victims can still vote tomorrow. >> many folks in our area are coming forward to help the storm victims. one case in point, this relief effort tonight in oakton, virginia. folks are codonating their coats, blankets, shoes and more badly needed apparel, more than enough to fill two large trucks. tomorrow the trucks are off to new york. tonight's
be found alive. new york ity for them in the nearby to look &pmarshapolice ddvers wwlked through that swampy maash. sadly, the bodies of both children were foonn nottfar from each other abbut a quartee mile away from wheree glendd last held them. family members say glenda is too wanted to meet tte man who e - lived in the house wheee protection. nobooy anssered the doora& but while we were ssanding near the hoose on public propertya&an ngry man houseano cameras hereastop stop..gee the heel outa&" (reportte: "sir..sira&can i woman nock on your door?") pno sir. no sir." alan id not &pwant tt say his last name, bu the ouse ii question is hisa&and he says he was inside during the hurricane. (reporter: "the police ay glenda came with her tww sons and knncked on your door, begged to gooin, during the hurricane.") no sir. absolutely not." (reporter: "so you didn't sse a woman with two children?") "absolutely not." (reporter: "so, whha she told the police is not accurate?") "" never sawwanybody, i only aw a maa." (reporter: "so you said pou saw a mmn come to your door?") "yes, he
. marsha keeland was arrested last month. she left her daughter with a cartful of stolen groceries in morgan hill. she said she did it because she's had financial problems. she's expected in court this afternoon to enter her plea. >>> 4:38. thanks to a heavy weekend of snow, some tahoe ski resorts say they're going to open a little early. heavenly and north star plan to open tomorrow while kirkwood says it will open on friday. over the weekend the sierra received more than two feet of snow. but how long will that stick? >> exactly. beginning to look a lot like christmas but christina loren is here to tell us what it's going to be like today out here. a little chilly. >> a little chilly. you know what, i think some of it will stick. what's more important is there's more on the way. good morning to you. let's take you outside and show you what we're experiencing at this very moment. 39 in napa, you're at 49 in san francisco. overall temperatures are running 5 to 10 degrees warmer than just 24 hours ago. 42 in san jose. you may not have had to have your heater on as strong as you did
, and debbie. erin and matt. jane and bob. marsha and dan. i want to thank all of them for their good work and thanks to all of you for making this the most successful fundraiser the committee has ever had in history. thank you very much. [applause] i want to thank the wilder side band for the great entertainment and our baker of live love bake for delicious birthday treat tonight. this a wonderful cake they put together. thank you very much. and one of the big reasons for having such a great success is our inspirational speaker. marco rubio. what a wonderful message he has and what a great example of the american dream and he is inspiration to me and so many others to continue to focus on limited government and empowering the private sector to grow opportunities for all of our people. to night's event. with this event we've turned the page and we looking forward the future. i've always been one that's learned that you never fight the last battle or look at the last campaign. you look to the future and learn from the mistakes of the past to do a better job in the future and marco is the ki
to rise any higher. >> here's marsha fudge. she had reaction to the attacks on rice. >> susan rice's comments didn't send us to iraq and afghanistan. somebody else's did. but you're not angry with them. it's a shame that any time something goes wrong they pick on women and minorities. i have a real issue with. for you who are haters, your hate is going nowhere. >> dr. dyson, does john mccain hate susan rice? >> well -- >> i mean when he says she's not qualified and questions her intelligence, your thoughts? >> well, there's no question hate is used as a metaphor to talk about stern resistance and opposition. in that sense, of course, he's haiting on her. i'm not speaking personally as a human being, but it's more disturbing that despite her intelligence, the pedigree of her scholarly achievements and the way she's moved in several administrations to act in a very powerful fashion to represent her diplomatic community, what else can you conclude but the fact that he's trying to go after her because as karen said, she's a woman and black and given that they have not done very well, t
the money. >> you know what it's time for? your friday funny. from our facebook -- marsha braun yungle, i hope i produced that right, dorothy and edna two senior widows were talking. dorothy says that nice george johnson asked me out for a date. i know you went out with him last week and i wanted to talk to you about him before i give you my answer. edna replies, dorothy, he shows up at my apartment at 7:00 p.m. dressed like such a fine gentleman that suit and brings me such beautiful flowers. then he takes me downstairs and what's there? a limousine. uniformed chauffeur and all. marvelous dinner, lobster, champagne and the works. then we go see a show. "scandalous" i enjoyed it so much i could have died from pleasure. >> she added that. >> so we go back to my apartment. and he turns into an animal. completely crazy. he tears off my expensive new dress. and has his way with me three times. dorothy says" goodness gracious, are you telling me i shouldn't go?" and edna said "no no no i'm just saying wear an old dress." >> that's ridiculous. >> he tore off the expensive dress. you win some lo
this. >> the mervis family has been working those diamond fields for generations. >> reporter: marsha mervis, meet the woman behind the man behind the d.c. area diamond empire. >> i had to get married. you don't get married, i said oh, yes, i'll marry you. >> reporter: it started as a marriage of convenience. she escaped her native lithuania in 1938 before world war ii. she office a six month visa in south african when she met up with morris. they got married. then they fell in love. >> a loving marriage, a loving family, well provided and it was a lifetime of joy. >> reporter: the two were married 67 years. mars passed away in 2005. these are the hands that held three sons, seven grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and the hands that used to hold this ring. morris gave it to her on her 50th wedding anniversary. wednesday the ring was gone. >> i was in such a shock. >> reporter: the mervis matriach said she's recently been sick, her rings loose. she said the diamond may have value to whoever found it, but it could never mean as much as it does to her. >> it's part of me and part
town in new jersey under water. marsha hedgepath felt she had to get to work. she swam 200 yards to a highway and hitched a ride? with who? she joins us live to tell us. >> good morning. >> steve: so the night of hurricane sandy, all hell was breaking loose outside of your house. >> there was no lights and i had no way of contacting other people. you know, it was crazy. >> steve: could you tell your neighborhood was flooded. >> i could tell my was. knowing the neighborhood i could tell. >> steve: you are dedicated to your job and first light you figured i have to go to work. what do? put clothes we're. >> in an ap grocery bag and tied it up and threw it over my shoulder and said let's get out of here. >> steve: you went downstairs and what did you find? >> knee high. it was poof where you would normally. you wouldn't jump off that level to the ground and so it was high. i had to swim this. >> steve: you have to swim. >> nothing else you can do. you couldn't see the steps. >> steve: so you swam how far? >> 200 yards from the back of the house to right down. >> steve: two football
to a done day edition of america's newsroom. two-days. i am pill hemmbill hemmer. >> i am marsha mccallum. good to see all of you out there, too. we are going to check in with both of the campaigns. as you might image there are two live events this morning from governor romney and president obama we will take you to. they are literally crisscrossing all of the hot spots they need to hit today to turn out whoever might be undecided out there still: trying to reach the voters in crucial states. >> this shows you why every single vote matters. look at these numbers here. one-tenth of one percent separate the two men in the real clear politics average. that's when you put all of the polls together. here is a small taste of what voters were hearing late last night. >> the only thing that stands between us some of the best years we have ever known is lack of leadership. that's why we have leblgss. you saw the differences between president obama and myself we were side by side in our debates. he says it has to be this way. i say it can't stay this way. he is offering excuses. i have a plan. >>
. stop spitting on me. marsha clark was there. marcia clark is so cool. first party at my house somebody walked up to her. she said i can see you want to talk about the case. what do you want to know? >> he's done a lot of stuff since then. >> stephanie: she's a fabulous author now. i love her books. >> yes. >> stephanie: thanksgiving vacation. woo woo. >> great stuff lined up for thursday and friday. >> stephanie: i'm going to leave the house because we have more time. >> where are you going? >> stephanie: i'm going to go see book of mormon at the pantages. >> i'm fo -- tote jelly. s. >> theatre goer vomits from the balcony. last night's performance of grace, new broadway play -- an audience member -- was in the mezzanine and vomited over the balcony. into the prime orchestra -- ugh! >> if i'm going to the theatre i'm going tock in the top bal canny from now on. >> i don't think it reaches into the prime orchestra seats. >> stephanie: speaking of that by the way this is huge. huge. trump's steakhous
, the just-elected chair of the congressional black caucus, representative marsha from the 11th district of ohio. >> thank you very much. i will be brief as well. when you lose, you get angry. when you lose you are disappointed. do not take it out of someone who did not have anything to do. blame yourself. how do you say that a person with susan rice's background is not qualified? i wonder what your qualifications are for your job. where did you finish in your class? i know one of them to finish at the bottom of their class. susan weiss was a rhodes scholar. how do you say she is not qualified? you may not like her? . she is the most qualified person i am sure any of you know that these centers know. how do you say that a person who has served his country with the distinction she has is not qualified? i am confused. none of it makes sense. susan rice's , send us to iraq and afghanistan. someone else's did. you are not angry with them. it is a shame that anytime goes wrong they pick on women and minorities. i have a real issue with that. i am not the most educated person in this house. >>
, election day you're going to see a romney win. >> marsha blackburn joining us this morning. thank you for joining us. >> good to see you. thank you. >>> coverage of election night in america we start at 6:00 pm eastern time. how about a question? not even a question. >> wow! >> wow! >> i have no power. >> i don't forgive you. ahead on "starting point" troops carrying patients down the stairs after backup power has failed at another new york city hospital. dr. sanjay gupta will join us live with that effort there. what if there was a new way to deal with money that focused less on fees and more... on what matters? maybe your bank account is taking too much time and maybe it's costing too much money. introducing bluebird by american express and walmart. your alternative to checking and debit. it's loaded with features, not fees. because we think your money should stay where it belongs. with you. the value you expect. the service you deserve. it feels good to bluebird. get it at your local walmart. i was skeptical at first. but after awhile even my girlfriend noticed a difference. [ male
that the notes that mick jagger wrote to his former lover marsha hunt are going to sotheby's to being auctioned off. a set of ten letters detailing their delicate love affair around 1970 o will likely fetch well over $100,000. >> bill: why is she selling those? >> they're in some collection or some attic or whatever. they're going to the auction block. steamy details. >> did he call her brown sugar in the letters? >> i don't know. rule's have to buy them for $100 and find out. >> bill: this makes me wonder what general petraeus' e-mails would sell for. before we get -- so do we have to start there? i don't know. i want to start on something else. the story that i find most intrigueing this morning eric burns is you're married. >> yes, i am. >> bill: okay. does maria drive? >> that's one word for it. yes, she does. >> oh! >> she's a fantastic driver. she's like mario andretti. when i'm in the car when anyone is in the car with her i fear for my life because she's often distracted. but she is a very good dri
. with that, i yield to marsha blackburn. >> the gentle lady from tennessee is recognized for one minute. >> thank you. i am appreciative to the manner in which we move quickly so nicely on this issue. we are appreciative that you would take your time to join us. according to the cdc, 81 tennesseans have been affected. they have been affected with fungal meningitis and 13 tennesseans have lost their lives. this is something that is of tremendous concern to us. it is because of this. on behalf of my constituents, those who have been adversely impacted by this fungal meningitis outbreak -- i am interested to hear why the fda did not pursue any enforcement actions against the necc. despite nearly a decade ago, nearly a decade ago -- the potential for serious public health consequences were there. these are answers that we are looking for. questions that we approached her and her comments. i look forward to the hearing. i yield back my time. >> the gentlelady yields better time. the first panel is mrs. joyce lovelace. she is the wife of the late eddie lovelace. he served in kentucky's clinto
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